In the 1980s,Women's shelter across Manitoba began to work together to provide support, training and information for improved services of clients. The Organization incorporated in August 11,1977 as Thompson Crisis Centre.

Thompson Crisis Centre  is a non-profit organization and for more than 46 years with over 32 beds we have been providing support and strength to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, psychological abuse, and physical abuse.  last year we had over 5000 Emergency nights and interim bed nights provided for over 290 women and 110 Children and more than 2500 Crisis Calls attended.

Our organization operates a 24-hour crisis line that is staffed by trained counsellors who can provide immediate assistance and support to survivors in crisis. We also provide safe and confidential shelter to Men, women and children who are in immediate danger of domestic violence. Our shelter services include daily essentials   such as food, clothing, and personal hygiene items, as well as counseling, safety planning, and advocacy.

We are committed to providing survivors with the support and resources they need to heal and rebuild their lives. If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence or abuse, please contact our 24-hour crisis line 1-877-977-007 or local crisis line 204-778-7273


At Thompson Crisis Centre , we are a Family of passionate and dedicated individuals. Our team includes trained counselors, outreach worker and volunteers who work together to provide comprehensive support and resources to survivors.

We understand that every survivor's experience is unique, and our team approach work with sensitivity, compassion, and empathy. we are committed to creating a safe and supportive environment where survivors can share their experiences and access the support they need to heal and rebuild their lives.

We are also committed to working collaboratively with other organizations and agencies to provide comprehensive support  We are dedicated to continuous learning and improvement to ensure that we are providing the best possible support to our clients.

At the Thompson Crisis Centre , we are more than just a service provider – we are a community of individuals who are united in our commitment to ending domestic violence and abuse. We believe that everyone has the right to live a life free from violence and we are dedicated to supporting survivors on their journey to healing and recovery.we work to eradicate family violence in society by providing families & communities with tools to enhance growing, encourage violence-free living, & promote healthier tomorrow.

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Our Values

Respect and dignity guides everything we do.

Develop partnership with other agencies & community organizations to the benefit of our clients.

Guided by ethical standards & best practices, promote continuous self-improvement, life-long learning, and healthy communities.

In the spirit of reconciliation, we will strive to provide culturally appropriate services.

Whether you need crisis intervention services, emergency housing for women, safe shelter for women and children, support for survivors of violence, or abuse counselling, The Thompson Crisis Centre is here to help you break from the cycle of abuse and rebuild your life.

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Our Mission Statement

Valuing Families And Their Rights

The Thompson Crisis Centre Inc. works to eradicate family violence in society by providing families & communities with tools to enhance growing, encourage violence-free living, and promote healthier tomorrow.

The Thompson Crisis Centre is dedicated to providing a holistic range of services to women and their children who experience physical, sexual, or psychological abuse.Recognizing the violence does not occur in isolation from society, we work through community partnership to advocate networks and develop services to meet the needs of individuals, families, and communities.